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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

. . Ponovich and Usa Hahn _^ or f ne ' _^ tu _^ ent Voice question this week, we asked several students for their reactions to the U.S. retaliation against Iran. y rii • » pZatnnliMitnrs During the incident, which occurred one week ago today in the Persian Gulf, an American observatory helicopter was fired on _wouegian feature _tenors. by j raniam in a speedboat. The U.S. immediately retaliated by blowing at least three of four boats out of the water. Here are the reactions: Ken Allgeier 7th semester, History-"Of course you have to ' retaliate if you're attacked. You just can't sit there like a big dinosaur and swat flies, you have to step on them down there. That's a pragmatic view. You'll probably get several different views. You've got the Liberals who ship you there in the first place. Conservatives say ~ 'of course we have to do it because it's a vital interest to keep the oil Jflowing'." Ryan Mayer 8th semester, £ngineering"We could very well have just retaliated li...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Two For One by Sue Jalosky Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Studio Theater has begun rehearsals for this season's openers , The Real Inspector Hound by Tom Stoppard and The Actor' s Nightmare by Christopher Durang. The Real Inspector Hound, copyrighted 1968, is a play within a play about two critics, one described as lustful and the other is a substitute sitting in, who are watching a performance. The characters in the play are milling about, unaware of a body lying on the floor. As the play progresses, the characters are playing cards and Inspector Hound arrives. He stumbles upon the body and the telephone rings. The 'lustful critic' gets up from his seat to answer; it is his wife.* He begins to berate her for calling him at work. Suddenly the characters change. The 'lustful critic' becomes the Inspector, and the substitute critic takes the place of the body. While the original Inspector becomes the long lost husband to the countess. Suddenly the play begins all over agai...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Cotton Sings by Tanya Williams Collegian Staff Writer Singer, Gene Cotton, will be appearing in the Wintergreen Cafe, October 27th at 8pm. Cotton has been increasing the number of solo appearances in the last few years. Gene Cotton has recorded 13 albums and has had several hits in his career. He has song on "Midnight Special", Dick Clark's "American Bandstand", and other TV specials. He tours college and university campuses throughout the nation and Canada. Born in Columbus, Ohio, Cotton is one of nine kids. He attended Ohio Uiversity as a political science major, but he began his music :areer playing at small clubs and :olieges in the Mid-West. After releasing three albums, Cotton recorded and produced his forth album and sold the original to a small company in Texas. On his fifth tlbum, the hit, "Sunshine Roses", was released. In 1975, ABC Records hired Cotton. There he had two albums: "For All The Young Writers" and "Rain On". On the album "Rain On" was the song "You Got...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

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Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Baseball's pennant races _: by Andy Dobry _: Collegian Staff Writer Major League Baseball's divisional races are finally over with Detroit, Minnesota, St. Louis and San Francisco emerging as the _^winners. ; The Tigers took things down to _x the wire before becoming chamjjpions of baseball's toughest divirsaon, the A.L. East. Key injuries to _^Toronto's Tony Fernandez and Erfnie Whitt proved too much for the _^Canadian club to overcome. E&lilwaukee faded fast after starting She season at a blistering pace, but 3he Brewers finished the year with a _2yery respectable record and should _^be future co ntenders. New York Sand Boston proved that overpaid, Saging athletes can't compete with -Jruly great teams, while Baltimore _gand Cleveland proved that they _j _sshould be playing Triple-A ball. SMso, Detroit's shortstop Alan _S _Trammell should beat out •^Toronto's George Bell and _^_Milwaukee's Paul Molitor for "--American League Most Valuable • Player honors. ; Frank Vio...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

October 15,198 Lions Homecoming win by Angie Papaleo Collegian Staff Writer Parentsomecoming Weekend was quite a success this year. Aside from the birthday of the Perm State Lion, the Perm-State Behrend mens varsity soccer team beat the St. John Fischer Cardinals. The final score was 2-0. Senior Joe Kushon scored for the Lion's in the first half, but unfortunately it was taken back by an offsides call by the referees. However, this did not bother Joe. Again he scored in the second hajf (this one being official) and was assisted by Senior Jose' Domingos. Also scoring for Behrend was sophomore Jay Varcoe assisted sophomore Ken Blasi. This makes the teams record 2-5-0 (this including the tournament at Alfred University). After speaking with Coach Herb Luaffer, he says the game overall went very well. In fact it was probably the most consistent effort of the season for the boys. "We've had occasions where we didn't play very well, fortunately our level of concentration was g...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Profile: Herb Lauffer Gene Gomiak Collegian Staff Writer Ed's note: This article is the first in a series of profiles on Behrend coaches. When Herb Lauffer arrives at his office in Erie Hall, he blends in with the school's administrative team. Clad in khaki pants, a blue shirt and a tweed blazer, he opens his mail and checks his calender for the day's meetings. But, as 4:00 nears, he slips into blue sweats with red trim and black shoes, tucks a clipboard under his arm and heads for the soccer field. Herb Lauffer, Athlectic Director is also Herb Lauffer, Soccer Coach. Growing up in the small college community of Slippery Rock, Pa., Lauffer played the only sport offered by his high school-basketball. During his sophomore year of high school, he realied that he wanted to coach. "My friend's fathers were coaches at Slippery Rock," Lauffer said, "It was quite natural to have this feeling." In the fall he would attend football games and watch the University soccer team practice. T...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Collegian * s Athletes of the W_^eeh by David Bruce Collegian Staff Writer Congratulations to Sonya Sickles and Joe Kushon, the Behrend Collegian's first Athletes oftthe Week. Sonya is a sophomore who is playing her first season for the Women's Volleyball team. She is currently leading the Lady Lions in spikes with 23 and in blocks with six. She was the key player in Behrend's victory against Thiel with 11 spikes and four blocks, and Sonya also had two serving aces and eight spikes against Western Maryland. Coach Wilson describes Sonya as "...an excellent blocker who just needs a little experience on the college level... we need to get the ball to her move." Joe is a senior at Behrend and a co-captain on the soccer team. Joe, a forward, is the leading scorer for the Lions, and has scored the games' winning goal in both of Behrend's victories. Coach Lauffer calls Joe "...a team leader, and a clutch player." Both Sonya and Joe will receive dinners for two at Barbatos Restaurant ...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Moments of Brfllance All Decked Out by Marjorie Suroviec , Collegian Staff Writer The Penn State-Behrend Women's team has had its moments of brilliance. Coach Karin Sobotta has managed tc teach these Lady Lions that is order to win hard, they must first play hard. The Lions' match against Mercyhurst resulted in a 0-9 loss. "N_% one likes to lose," 1 said Coach Sobotta, "but at least the team has learned from losing matches rather than just losing. The team knows that great skill doesn't always win the game. Strategy as well as luck play an important part in every win." The Westminster match was also not a good match for the Lions. The windy weather, as well as the impressive opponents, helped, to blow- the Lions away, again the final score was 0-9. "One highlight of the game was when Jane McKnight lost in three sets, she was playing number three singles instead of her usual number five," said Coach Sobotta. ; Gannon, a Division two school, was the next opponent on the Lion's s...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

New Complex: A Report David Brace Collegian Sports Editor Three years ago, Behrend administrators earnestly began .planning the construction of a new lifefitness complex to take the place of outdated Erie Hall. Initially, completion was expected by the Spring of 1988, this spring. As you can tell by now, It is not going to happen. Ground has yet to be broken on the S6.8 million sports complex, in fact, the money has yet to be raised. Let's start at the beginning...In 1952, Erie Hall was built to meet the needs of 550 students, today there are over 2500 students at Behrend and Erie Hall is woefully inadequate (Just ask the Men_|s Volleyball Club or anyone who wants to shoot hoops in the winter). So, plans were drawn up for a massive complex, which would in¬ clude a 4000-seat gymnasium with a floor three times the size of Erie Hall's. The plans also called for a swimming pool, six raquetball courts, two training areas and several classrooms and offices. . At first, the funds w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Men s Baseball Fundraising by Richard Cain Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Baseball team held its annual 100 inning fundraising game Sunday, October 4. This years winner was the veteran squad, outscoring the rookies, 19-18. The key to victory came in the 91st inning when center fielder Tom Partridge tripled in the winning run. Overshadowing the excitement of this game was its real purpose, to raise money for the team's spring break trip to Florida. Coach Ban was disappointed that the profits from the game totaled only $2100.00. This is quite short of their goal, which means they will have to come up with other fundraising activities. For those interested in showing some school spirit and donating to the cause, keep an eye out for notices on fundraisers beginning toward the end of this month. Aside from his money raising woes, Coach Bari is happy about the improvement of his team in all areas. The defense has improved TNF HI _DMF _QTHOC™ immensely along with the pitching...

Publication Title: Penn State Behrend Collegian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Penn State Behrend Collegian — 15 October 1987

Men's Club Gets Heady by David Brace Collegian Staff Writer The Behrend Men's Volleybal club began practice last week, boasting a strong veteran team. Twenty-four players showed up for the first practice , including nine returning members. These veterans include Senior Steve Stegnam-President of the club, and Juniors Steve Shadle and Tim Wilson. Wilson outlined the fundamental differences between a club sport and a varsity sport, "We are not officially recognized, and we don't receive our money from the Athletic Department but rather from the Student Government. Also, we don't receive the services of the trainer during our matches." In addition to their practices, the club also has been scrimmaging Gannon,'s team on Sundays. Their actual season does not begin until January, and a travelling team will pot be chosen until then. The club is still looking for players, if you are interested, simply show up at a team practice on Tuesday and Thursday nights at 10:00.

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